sleeps NOT

JD jd1008 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 26 23:07:00 UTC 2010

  On 08/26/2010 01:34 PM, Geoffrey Leach wrote:
> On 08/26/2010 12:55:46 PM, JD wrote:
>>    On 08/26/2010 09:34 AM, Geoffrey Leach wrote:
>>> On 08/26/2010 09:02:31 AM, JD wrote:
>>>>     On 08/26/2010 08:37 AM, Geoffrey Leach wrote:
>>>>> The newly-released kernel,, wakes up a
>>>> few
>>>>> seconds after being asked to sleep.
>>>>> does not have this problem. Has anyone experienced this? And
>>>> perhaps
>>>>> discovered a solution? (Bugzilla report against fc12 kernel for
>> the
>>>>> same problem was ignored)
>>>> Can you give us more details about how you are
>>>> putting the kernel to sleep?
>>>> Via   System=>Preferences=>Screensaver ???
>>> Via the system Shut Down popup, which I assume is the gold
>> standard.
>>> Closing the screen panel on the laptop has the same effect.
>>> The fact that the problem comes and goes over kernel releases -- I
>> test
>>> each new release as it happens -- suggests to me that its an
>> accident
>>> of the build.
>> I just hibernated ny system using kernel
>> kernel-
>> and it went into hibernation just fine, and
>> shut the power down.
>> On manual powerup, I did not even get the
>> grub boot menu. It restored the session.
>> So, for me, I confirm another op's posting here
>> that hibernating fedora wil not allow you to boot into
>> and alternate OS, such as windows. Grub automagically
>> restores fedora from hibernation.
>> This is a major bug!
>> If there are kernel devs lurking on this list, I
>> hope the issue will get addressed.
> FWIW, I've had no problems with hibernating the kernel. I never pay
> attention to the reboot.
Well, that's you.
What hibernating fedora does is in a small way defeat multiboot pc's.

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